SERIES A

August 2nd - August 28th, 2007

 

REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE

By MICHAEL DOMITROVICH

Directed By EDUARDO MACHADO

With J.J. KANDEL, NICOLE LALIBERTÉ, and DAVID MARCUS

Real World Experience is about how far an actor is willing to go. After splitting up with his girlfriend Roxanne, Jeff is looking for a role he can sink his teeth into. When Jeff's meeting with Eli, an emerging playwright, starts to go sour, he learns just how flexible the meaning of "reality" can be.

 

RAIN, HEAVY AT TIMES

By LESLIE LYLES

Directed By BILLY HOPKINS

With STEPHANIE CANNON, JUDITH ROBERTS, and MARK ELLIOT WILSON

A woman and a wealthy aunt pass a rainy afternoon in a Red Bank New Jersey restaurant, one eye on recently purchased undergarments the other on the bartender.

 

AMICI, ASCOLTATE

By WARREN LEIGHT

Directed By EVAN YIONOULIS

With ROZIE BACCHI, TONY CAMPISI, and DEREK LUCCI

A son's imminent departure for Iraq prompts his father to examine the fate of men in his family when sent to war.

 

AFTERNOON TEA

Book and Lyrics By EDUARDO MACHADO

Music By SKIP KENNON

Directed By BILLY HOPKINS

With JOHN HICKOK and ANN TALMAN

A two-character musical about the power of reconciliation. The play tells a story of the later years of the author J.M. Barrie’s life. After twenty years of being apart, Barrie’s wife comes back to reconcile their marriage...but he is still lost in the world of fantasy, youth, and Peter Pan.

SERIES B

August 8th - August 30th, 2007

 

WINDOWSHINE

By RANDEE SMITH

Directed By ROB DECINA

With JOHN SIERROS, and PILAR WHITHERSPOON

Two estranged siblings come together over the impending death of their father, each on their own separate journey, and find that they don't know how to communicate.

 

THE P.A.

Written and Directed By TOM O'BRIEN

With EAN SHEEHY

A comic look in the day of the life of a production assistant on a movie set in the streets of New York City.

 

MERWINS LANE

By KEITH REDDIN

Directed By BILLY HOPKINS

With ROSALYN COLEMAN, CLARA HOPKINS DANIELS and J.J. KANDEL

A three character play set in a bus station, strangers meet and find they're much less strangers than they thought.

 

SKIN DEEP

By TINA HOWE

Directed By LAURA BARNETT

With JAMES KATHARINE FLYNN, JOE KOLBOW, and GRANT SHAUD

A fleeing nymph with a greenish cast to her skin dashes into the R train late at night. The only other rider is a celebrated dermatologist who happens to be sitting under his own ad. Can he save her?

 

FATHER'S DAY

By JOHN AUGUSTINE

Directed By DANIEL WINERMAN

With COLBY CHAMBERS, CATHERINE CURTAIN and CHRIS WIGHT

The characters include a grief counselor; a young man still coping with the murder of his father from years ago; and their wealthy friend with a trust fund, who expounds on many things, including whether or not it is wise for the privileged to volunteer – knowing all the while they could be sued.